Metacompliance Ltd, UK leader in specialist policy management software and user awareness automation, announced today that it has been successful in its application for the UK Government G-Cloud II Framework Programme. This framework brings together a collective resource of Cloud-based IT services for use by public sector organisations across the UK.
Metacompliance Ltd solutions can now be procured directly through G-Cloud CloudStore. This enables Metacompliance to provide public bodies with reduced procurement costs and times and a simplified tendering process.
Marie-Helene Durif, Head of Sourcing & Category Management, at the Government Procurement Service had the following to say about Metacompliance's successful application:
“At the Government Procurement Service our priority is to provide procurement savings for organisations across the UK public sector. The inclusion of Metacompliance Ltd. to the G-Cloud II Framework Programme will strengthen our offering and provide public sector buyers with a tried and tested route to achieve value for money.”
MetaCompliance "makes compliance easier" for organisations working to avoid Regulatory fines by automating key compliance activities with innovative software. The company already provide policy management and user awareness solutions to a number of public sector organisations throughout the UK including, The Scottish Government, Hertfordshire County Council, Essex Online Partnership and NHS Royal Surrey County Hospital.
Speaking on behalf of Metacompliance, CEO Robert O'Brien said:
“We are looking at a step-change in the way the IT industry functions. This is caused by the evolution of Cloud and the technology ecosystem that underpins it. It is encouraging that the UK is leading the way in its adoption of Cloud technologies in order to provide better value to UK taxpayers”.
Mr O’Brien added, “Metacompliance is delighted to have received accreditation under the G-Cloud II Framework as it will facilitate our customers who are learning to do business with fewer resources”.